Pure Sport Podcast

24 April 2015 by Pure Radio

We preview the final Stockport County game of the season.

Local referee Scott Mathieson is our studio guest and racing driver Tony Hughes from Bredbury based Speedworks Motorsports looks ahead to an endurance event this weekend.

Plus Keith Coates rounds up all the action from the Stockport District Sunday Football League.

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Pure Sport Podcast 17 Apr 15

17 April 2015 by Pure Radio

Simon Kelsey sits in for Pete Liggins. Alan Lord speaks for the first time since his resignation. County caretaker Phil Brown on the Hatters’ trip to Gloucester and whether he’d be interested in the job full time. Plus legendary cricketer David Gower on cricket, sledging and that feud with Graham Gooch.

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Apr 2015 - Sports May and Pride Games

16 April 2015 by Pure Radio

Sports May is a programme of sporting activities aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

It will give individuals a chance to get involved in new sports, or to improve their abilities. The range of events includes swimming, football, athletics, tennis, rugby, cricket and volleyball.

The month will then be followed up by a number of tournaments in June.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to one of the volunteers helping organise the event, Phil Facey.

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Apr 2015 - Manchester Front Runners Cake Race

9 April 2015 by Pure Radio

The Manchester Front Runners are a running club for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.

It’ll be their tenth birthday this year, and they’re celebrating with a ten kilometre run and a cake baking competition. The cakes will be sold at the end, with the proceeds going to charity.

James Moles from the organisation explained that it’s become an annual tradition.

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Apr 2015 - Sam Jackson - Beautiful Thing

2 April 2015 by Pure Radio

Beautiful Thing is a story of young love, between two men on a rundown council estate.

Living with his single mum, Jamie finds himself infatuated with his next door neighbour and classmate, Ste. One night, Ste is beaten up so badly by his father, Jamie’s mother takes him in. From there, their romance begins.

It will be at The Lowry this month. Jamie will be played by Sam Jackson – as seen on Channel 4’s Skins and Drifters.

Sam told Under the Rainbow that social attitudes have changed massively towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people – since the play premiered in 1993.

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